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Witham Wharf

Facts

Location Client Cost Completion Awards
Lincoln Wigford £14m 2007 2

Project details

Existing concrete cladding panels have been removed and the building is now entirely re-clad in high quality, low maintenance materials.

The emphasis has been on quality throughout. Detailed modelling of balconies and roof canopies have been composed to lighten the appearance of what was a dreary, monolithic structure, while shifting the unrelieved symmetry of the existing facades.

Brief

  • develop the detailed design for the conversion of a 1970s pre-cast  concrete office building into 114 luxury apartments overlooking a marina, Brayford Pool, with space for restaurants at ground floor

Results

  • the renewed development is playing a major role in the regeneration of the area around the Brayford Pool while re-establishing important historic links between the waterside and the High Street
  • we have been asked by the client to explore the development of adjoining properties seeking to illustrate ways in which the historic street pattern of Lincoln city centre can be repaired
  • awards: Daily Mail UK Property Award - Architecture